A new promotional clip for the Young Sheldon mid-season 5 premiere reveals that Sheldon will be getting his own dorm room at East Texas Tech.
A Young Sheldon mid-season 5 premiere clip reveals Sheldon (Iain Armitage) getting his own dorm room. After its mandatory winter break, The Big Bang Theory spin-off series is set to return this week with fresh episodes. Titled “An Expensive Glitch And A Good-Off Room,” the new Young Sheldon season 5 outing will see the socially-inept young genius getting his own place to sleep at East Texas Tech.
Due to his supreme intellect, Sheldon graduated high school early, and after a brief commotion within his family, his parents eventually agreed that it was better to send him to college. But instead of going to Ivy League institutions like Harvard or Princeton as he wanted to, Sheldon was forced to settle by attending a much smaller college in East Texas Tech. This way, he wouldn’t need to move out of state and could continue living at home with his family. But, it looks as if things might slightly change moving forward, with Sheldon seemingly getting his own accommodation at school.
In a new promotional clip from TV Promos for Young Sheldon season 5, episode 10, the Cooper family, sans Georgie (Montana Jordan), sits down for dinner. The family discuss Sheldon getting a dorm room in East Texas Tech, as well as keeping his old room back home. George (Lance Barber) jokingly warns his son about “partying,” while Missy (Raegan Revord) whines about her twin getting such a good deal in life. Watch the clip below:
Getting his dorm room at school doesn’t mean that Sheldon is permanently moving out of his home, however. As seen in the next clip from the Young Sheldon promo, it seems like the genius is having problems with his four-hour break in-between classes. When Sheldon tries pestering East Texas Tech’s president about his issue, she suggests giving him his own room. What’s curious to note is whether Sheldon has already attempted to reach out to Dr. Linkletter (Ed Begley Jr.) before going to the college’s president about his problem. Ever since Dr. Sturgis (Wallace Shawn) left East Texas Tech for another job, Sheldon has been spending time with his arch-rival instead.
While Sheldon’s living arrangement at East Texas Tech looks to be temporary for the time being, it doesn’t mean that it won’t have a lasting impact on his character. His new shared accomodation could help him get used to not sleeping in his childhood bedroom, making it easier for him when a grown-up Sheldon moves to Pasadena in The Big Bang Theory. Perhaps he might even start enjoying getting some separation from his whole family in Young Sheldon. This is especially important given that the spin-off prequel is currently building towards George’s cheating scandal, potentially with Brenda (Melissa Peterman), which will no doubt cause plenty of trouble at home.
Source: TV Promos
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